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University of California, Los Angeles, Ethnomusicology Archive

Established in 1961, the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive is a world-renowned research archive dedicated to the study of musical traditions from around the globe. The Archive’s collection of more than 150,000 audio, video, print, and photographic items documents musical expressions throughout the world and includes unique field recordings as well as rare commercial recordings. As part of UCLA’s Department of Ethnomusicology, the Archive preserves and makes accessible over 50 years’ worth of audio ...



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Note : A Legacy of Filipino American Performing Arts in California. Created by Ube Arte, a Southeast Asian performing arts research and education organization that produces public and private events featuring musicians and dancers from The Pakaraguian Kulintang Ensemble (PKE) of Los Angeles and San Diego, and Malaya Filipino American Dance Arts of Los Angeles. It was founded by researcher/scholars Dr. Mary Talusan, Dr. Eleanor Lipat-Chesler, Dr. Bernard Ellorin, and dancer/choreographer Peter...
Topics: californiarevealed, Filipino Americans--Music, Filipinos--Music, Music--Philippines,...
Source: Book: 300 Pages of 300 (8 1/2 x 11 in)
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Source: .tif/.tiff: 1 File of 1 (800 x 533 px)
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by Shankar, Ravi, 1920-2012
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Ravi Shankar with Lui  Tsun-Yuen  at UCLA.
Topics: Music--India, Shankar, Ravi, 1920-2012, Lui, Tsun-yuen, University of California, Los Angeles....
A volume of about 100 poems called Yue’ou, Cantonese Songs, was published in 1827, which features mainly the voices of courtesans on Pearl River’s pleasure boats (which disappeared in about 1930) who sang to their lovers with tenderness, yearning, and often despair; or the voice of the author Zhao Ziyong, who warns the women and men to not fall in love in ways that always had heart-breaking endings. These songs became celebrated because of their path-breaking use of Cantonese language; such...
Topics: Music--China, Songs, Cantonese, Courtesans--China--Music, World Music Center Distinguished Scholar...
The UCLA Music of Thailand Ensemble performed in Lani Hall on March 10, 2022, in a special livestreamed event for the UCLA Retirees Association and the UCLA Emeriti Association . The concert showcased music and dance from three of Thailand’s four main cultural regions: central, north, and northeast, each with distinct instrumentation, dances and costumes. The seventeen musicians and six dancers that performed included students enrolled in the Music of Thailand Ensemble course, along with...
Topic: Music--Thailand
"Observes the activities of students and faculty at the UCLA Institute of Ethnomusicology, where a basis for international understanding is sought through cross-cultural studies in music and dance. Shows four of the Institute's 15 performance study groups with students and faculty playing music of Java, Bali, Thailand and Africa on authentic native instruments. The Institute is unique in offering such practical training in the performance of non-Western music. Also shows examples from the...
Topics: californiarevealed, Ethnomusicology--Study and teaching (Higher)--California--Los Angeles,...
Source: 16mm film: 1 Reel of 1
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Topics: californiarevealed, Filipino Americans--Music, Filipinos--Music, Music--Philippines,...
Source: .tif/.tiff: 1 File of 1 (943 x 1320 px)
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by Nielsen, Kristina
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Photos of Mexica New Year hosted by Calpulli Tonalehqueh at Emma Prusch Farm Park in San Jose, California (2016): 1. calauem_201702_omif0000670 - flyer 2. calauem_201702_omif0000671 (DSC_0002) 3. calauem_201702_omif0000672 (DSC_0003) – Zuni Dancers 4. calauem_201702_omif0000673 (DSC_0004) 5. calauem_201702_omif0000674 (DSC_0005) 6. calauem_201702_omif0000675 (DSC_0006) 7. calauem_201702_omif0000676 (DSC_0007) 8. calauem_201702_omif0000677 (DSC_0008) 9. calauem_201702_omif0000678 (DSC_0010)...
Topic: Danza Azteca
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Topics: californiarevealed, Filipino Americans--Music, Filipinos--Music, Music--Philippines,...
Source: .tif/.tiff: 1 File of 1 (533 x 800 px)
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by Black Oak Arkansas (Musical group); Emerson, Lake and Palmer
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Emerson, Lake and Palmer and Black Oak Arkansas at California Jam, Part 3. On April 6, 1974, 200,000 music fans descended on the Ontario Motor Speedway (Ontario, California) for one of the last rock festivals of the era: California Jam. The event featured Rare Earth, Earth Wind and Fire, the Eagles with guest Jackson Browne, Seals and Crofts, Black Oak Arkansas, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, and Emerson, Lake and Palmer. Note on box: Emerson Lake & Palmer, Black Oak Arkansas taped June 8, 74,...
Topics: californiarevealed, Rock music, Rock music festivals--California, Black Oak Arkansas (Musical...
Source: U-matic: 1 Tape of 1
Don Ellis at Ellis Island (club) on the Sunset Strip, Hollywood, California, 1967. The Don Ellis Band plays "In a Turkish Bath" in celebration of the release of "Electric Bath." Ray Neapolitan is on sitar for "In a Turkish Bath." Opening sequence shows the Sunset Strip and includes the following famous clubs: Dino's Lounge, Sneeky Pete's, The Galaxy, The Whisky, Shelly's Manne Hole, and Ellis Island. A United States Information Service Production. For additional...
Topics: californiarevealed, Jazz, Ellis, Don
Source: 16mm film: 1 Reel of 1
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Topics: californiarevealed, Philippines--Map, Map of Phillipines
Source: .tif/.tiff: 1 File of 1 (402 x 566 px)
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Topics: californiarevealed, Filipino Americans--Music, Filipinos--Music, Music--Philippines,...
Source: .tif/.tiff: 1 File of 1 (1067 x 1600 px)
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by Cox, Bette Yarbrough
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Classical and jazz violinist Emma Smock-Shipp, best known as Ginger Smock, interviewed by Bette Yarbrough Cox, February 24, 1983. Part of Cox's Black Experience as Expressed through Music (BEEM) series, Musical Heroes and Heroines in the Black Community of Southern California. For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, African Americans--California--Los Angeles--Music, African American...
Source: U-matic: 1 Tape of 1
Lecture - Demonstration: 'A Georgia Sea Islands Sunday' - Traditional Praise House Service with Guy Carawan, Ed Cray, and The Moving Star Hall Singers.
Topics: californiarevealed, Folk music, UCLA Folk Music Festival
Source: 1/4 inch audio tape: 2 Tapes of 2
Traditional music of native Northwest California: brush dance, feather dance, and gambling songs. Discussion and performances by Loren Bommelyn (Tolowa), Aileen Figueroa (Yurok), Joy Sundberg (Yurok) and Charlotte Heth (Cherokee). Recorded at the UCLA Media Engineering Center on April 12, 1976, during the class session of UCLA Music 153C, Sociology of American Indian music. Archive series: [United States, California, Los Angeles, Tolowa and Yurok, April 12, 1976] For additional information see...
Topics: californiarevealed, Indians of North America--California--Music, Tolowa Indians--California--Music,...
Source: 1/2 inch videotape: 3 Tapes of 3
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by Cox, Bette Yarbrough
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See this link for the most complete and recent information on this record: https://californiarevealed.org/islandora/object/cavpp%3A228774 .
Topics: californiarevealed, African Americans--Music, African Americans--California--Los Angeles--Music,...
Source: VHS: 1 Tape of 1
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Date: 195u Source: 1 Tape of 1: 1/8 inch audio cassette Call Number:  Collection 1999.01 OMC 004 Digitized by the  California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP) .
Topics: californiarevealed, Jews--Music, Sephardim--Music, Sene, Emily, Sene, Isaac, Documentaries and...
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Traditional music of native Northwest California: brush dance, feather dance, and gambling songs. Discussion and performances by Loren Bommelyn (Tolowa), Aileen Figueroa (Yurok), Joy Sundberg (Yurok) and Charlotte Heth (Cherokee). Recorded at the UCLA Media Engineering Center on May 23, 1977, during the class session of UCLA Music 153C, Sociology of American Indian music. Archive series: [United States, California, Los Angeles, Tolowa and Yurok, May 23, 1977] For additional information see...
Topics: californiarevealed, Indians of North America--California--Music, Tolowa Indians --Music, Yurok...
Source: 1/2 inch videotape: 4 Tapes of 4
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by Nielsen, Kristina
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Photos of the Celebration of the Virgin de Guadalupe at Olvera Plaza in downtown Los Angeles, California and at the home of a danzante in Vallejo and Workman, California (2015): 1. calauem_201702_omif0000485 (DSC_0494) 2. calauem_201702_omif0000486 (DSC_0495) 3. calauem_201702_omif0000487 (DSC_0496) 4. calauem_201702_omif0000488 (DSC_0497) 5. calauem_201702_omif0000489 (DSC_0498) 6. calauem_201702_omif0000490 (DSC_0499) 7. calauem_201702_omif0000491 (DSC_0501) 8. calauem_201702_omif0000492...
Topic: Danza Azteca
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Topics: californiarevealed, Philippines--Map, Tawitawi (Philippines), Map of Phillipines, Tawitawi
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Interview with Los Angeles-based composer, arranger, choral conductor and actor Jester Hairston (1901-2000) by Bette Yarbrough Cox in the 1980s. Part of Cox's Black Experience as Expressed through Music (BEEM) series, Musical Heroes and Heroines in the Black Community of Southern California. For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, African Americans--California--Los Angeles--Music, African American...
Source: U-matic: 2 Tapes of 2
Pabása ng Pasyón (Reading of the Passion) by the Loma Lane-Doublegrove Block Rosary Group (Baldwin Park, California). For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, Filipino Americans--Music, Filipinos--Music, Music--Philippines,...
Source: DAT: 6 Tapes of 6
These interviews were the final project for the Ethnomusicology 20C (Musical Cultures of the World: Asia) course, taught by Professor Katherine In-Young Lee in Fall 2021 at UCLA. Students worked in groups to research and conduct an oral history with one of seven musicians who also served as a guest lecturer for the course. Each of the narrators are highly esteemed musicians with long professional careers in music performance. They also serve as important liaisons between their home countries in...
Topics: Music--Asia, Music--Pacific Area, Asian American musicians, Ethnomusicologists, Musicians,...
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by Lipscomb, Scott David, 1959-; Horner, James
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Note : Color shifts occur throughout the early part of the tape. Description : Scott Lipscomb and James Horner guest lecture in Ethnomusicology 115, Professor Steve Loza, Musical Aesthetics in Los Angeles. Source : 1 Tape of 1: 8mm Video Collection Guide : UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology Collection Call Number : Collection 2002.01 Item 140 Rights : Copyrighted. Rights are owned by the Regents of the University of California. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright...
Topics: californiarevealed, Music--California--Los Angeles, Motion picture music, Lipscomb, Scott David,...
Source: Video8: 1 Tape of 1
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Source: .tif/.tiff: 1 File of 1 (2048 x 2048 px)
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by Johnson, Edith; Romero, Brenda M., 1949-; Schwartz, Gail
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Edited version of fieldwork done by Edith Johnson, Brenda Romero and Gail Schwartz for Amy Catlin's Field and Lab class in 1987. For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, Cahuilla Indians--California, Southern--Music
Source: 1/2 inch videotape: 1 Tape of 1
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by Jacquet, Illinois; Nance, Ray, 1913-1976; Asmussen, Svend; Ponty, Jean-Luc, 1942-; Gillespie, Dizzy, 1917-1993; Modern Jazz Quartet; Ellis, Don; Don Ellis Orchestra
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Highlights of the 10th annual Monterey (California) Jazz Festival, held in 1967. Artists include Illinois Jacquet, Ray Nance, Svend Asmussen, Jean-Luc Ponty, Dizzy Gillespie, the Modern Jazz Quartet, and the Don Ellis Orchestra. Jimmy Lyons, host. Produced by Ralph J. Gleason, Lane Slate; Directed by Richard Moore. N.E.T. Festival was a PBS television program. The acclaimed series covered the arts, featuring stage performances and cultural profiles. Archive series: [United States, jazz,...
Topics: californiarevealed, Jazz, Jazz festivals--California, Jacquet, Illinois, Nance, Ray, 1913-1976,...
Source: U-matic: 1 Tape of 1
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by Parnes, Irwin
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Congo Square, New Orleans -- Cake Walk -- Down South Camp Meeting -- His Eye is on the Sparrow -- Black Magic -- Charleston -- Taparama -- Lindy Hop & Big Apple -- Frankie & Johnny -- Fad Dances 1960s & 1970s) -- The Radio -- Hip Hop. Gindi Auditorium, University of Judaism, February 2, 1991. For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, African American dance, Jazz dance, Parnes, Irwin, Whitmore, Chester
Source: U-matic: 2 Tapes of 2
This panel, "Transnational Perspectives on Nueva Canción,” consists of three paper presentations, followed by a discussion period delivered via Zoom as part of the 2021 Society for Ethnomusicology Southern California and Hawai'i Chapter (SEMSCHC) Conference. Panel abstract: Nueva canción, or “New Song,” was arguably the most prominent and politically significant musical movement in Latin America of the last century. More than 50 years after the term was coined in the Southern Cone...
Topics: SEMSCHC Conference 2021 Series, Freedman, Jesse, Gordillo, Bernard, Ritter, Jonathan, Verba, Ericka...
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Paper presentation delivered via Zoom as part of the 2021 Society for Ethnomusicology Southern California and Hawai'i Chapter (SEMSCHC) Conference. "Stockhausen at the Shiraz Arts Festival: Cultural Imperialism and the Avant-Garde in Iran, 1972" by Joshua Charney abstract: In 1972, German composer Karlheinz Stockhausen travelled to Iran to participate in a “Stockhausen Panorama.” Twenty-one of his compositions were performed in the course of a week around the city of Shiraz as...
Topics: SEMSCHC Conference 2021 Series, Charney, Joshua J., Music—Iran., Shiraz Arts Festival,...
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This interview explores the musical life of Rahul Neuman, co-director of the Indian Music Ensemble at the University of California, Los Angeles. Neuman shares a myriad of the experiences in his musical journey, professional training, and performances as an Indian classical sitarist. He begins by explaining how deeply invested his family was with Indian classical music—his parents both studied Indian classical music and his grandparents were great aficionados. He recounts how this music was...
Topics: Music--India., Neuman, Rahul, Sitar, Education—Study and teaching., Ethnomusicology 20C Final...
Photograph of Lois Anderson. Accompanying audio:  https://archive.org/details/calauem_200201_LoisAnderson_Audio Source:  UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive, Collection 2002.01
Topics: Anderson, Lois Ann, 1937-, University of California, Los Angeles. Ethnomusicology Archive.,...
Music Shed at Tanglewood: The Don Ellis Orchestra and Judy Collins; 1968 Berkshire Festival at Tanglewood: Contemporary Trends; N.E.T. Festival. N.E.T. Festival was a PBS television program. The acclaimed series covered the arts, featuring stage performances and cultural profiles. Greg Harney, Executive Producer; William Cosel, Producer-Director. A production of WGBH-TV, Boston. Archive series: [United States, jazz, 1934-1978] / Don Ellis. For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, Jazz, Jazz festivals, Ellis, Don, Don Ellis Orchestra, Collins, Judy, 1939-,...
Source: U-matic: 1 Tape of 1
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by University of California, Los Angeles
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Tape 1: Robin Williamson; Lily May Ledford Tape 2: Lily May Ledford Tape 3: Othar and Bernice Turner; Sandy Ives; Violeta Quintero Tape 4: Violeta Quintero; Daryl Boone; Rose Maddox Tape 5: Rose Maddox; Balfa Brothers Tape 6: Mariachi Ucatlán; Glen Orlan Tape 7: John Jackson Tape 8: Othar and Beatrice Turner; Chippo Band Tape 9: Sandy Ives; Nevada Slim; Balfa Brothers Tape 10: Rose Maddox; Corn Bred Tape 11: Sandy Ives; Erika Brady Tape 12: John Jackson; Mike Seeger Tape 13: Dallas Turner;...
Topics: californiarevealed, Cajun music, Country music, Folk music festivals, Folk festivals, Folk...
Source: 1/4 inch audio tape: 14 Tapes of 14
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Don Ellis at the San Francisco Museum of Art. The Don Ellis Orchestra performs "New Horizons," "Open Beauty," "Turkish Bath", "Concerto for Trumpet" and "Indian Lady." Production made for television in June 1968, never broadcast. Tape 1: At San Francisco Museum of Art, has credits Tape 2: At San Francisco Museum of Art, includes Open Beauty?, Turkish Bath, etc. Indian Lady Tape 3: San Francisco Museum Fine Arts Concert, Eastfield duplicate tape...
Topics: californiarevealed, Jazz, Ellis, Don, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Source: U-matic: 3 Tapes of 3
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by DjeDje, Jacqueline Cogdell; Merrill-Mirsky, Carol
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Shows annual celebration in Jamaica, January 6, by the Maroons, descendants of Africans brought to Jamaica by the Spanish in the 17th century. The singing, dancing, and festivities commemorate the ancestral leader Kojo and his victory over the British in 1738-39.
Topics: Cudjoe, d. 1744., Maroons--Music., Festivals--Jamaica--Accompong.
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by DjeDje, Jacqueline Cogdell
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Interview with Bette Yarbrough Cox conducted over a two-month period, from December 2006 to February 2007. This project, 'Documenting Black Music in Los Angeles,' was funded by the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture Artsforum and the Office of the Chancellor (a collaborative project between the UCLA Center for Oral History Research, the Department of Ethnomusicology, and the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies), 2006-2007, Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje, Principal Investigator.
Topics: californiarevealed, African American music teachers--California--Los Angeles--Interviews, African...
Source: MiniDV: 12 Tapes of 12
Interview with Los Angeles-based gospel choir director and music educator Maurice "Deedie" McGehee (1914-2003) by Bette Yarbrough Cox in 1978. Part of Cox's Black Experience as Expressed through Music (BEEM) series, Musical Heroes and Heroines in the Black Community of Southern California. For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, African Americans--California--Los Angeles--Music, Gospel...
Source: U-matic: 1 Tape of 1
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by Shankar, Ravi, 1920-2012
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Ravi Shankar lectures on the history of North Indian music at UCLA in 1965.
Topics: Music--India, Shankar, Ravi, 1920-2012, University of California, Los Angeles. Department of...
Series Title : [United States, jazz, 1934-1978] / Don Ellis Description : Don Ellis and the Hindustani Jazz Sextet "live" at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), March 24, 1966. Night in Tunisia -- Bombay Bossa Nova -- Demonstration in 19 -- Sweet 19 -- Blues for Hari -- Turks Works Collection Guide : Don Ellis Collection Call Number : Collection 2000.02 AMR 272 Rights : Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Ellis Music Enterprises. Copyright Holder has given Institution...
Topics: californiarevealed, Jazz, Ellis, Don
Source: 1/4 inch audio tape: 1 Tape of 1
University of California, Los Angeles, Ethnomusicology Archive
by DjeDje, Jacqueline Cogdell
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Guest lecture by J. Harrison Wilson in ESM 91P, Music of African-Americans, Professor Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje. For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, African Americans--California--Music, Gospel music--California
Source: Video8: 1 Tape of 1
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by Broughton, Georgia and Yeung, Wan
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Robert Garfias oral history interview, conducted by Georgia Broughton and Wan Yeung on 14 November 2016. Time Log 00:00:00 – 00:10:00 Early musical experiences, early family life, classical guitar as first musical foray, switching to saxophone in middle school, joining band, joining the musicians’ union in high school, composition/theory education and encouraging support from high school mentors, jazz education/study/performance 00:10:00 – 00:17:00 Performance experience in San Francisco,...
Topics: Garfias, Robert, University of California, Los Angeles. Ethnomusicology Archive.,...
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by Sene, Emily
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Topics: californiarevealed, Jews--Music, Sephardim--Music, Sene, Emily, Documentaries and factual works
Source: 1/4 inch audio tape: 1 Tape of 1
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by California State University, Long Beach. Pilipino American Coalition
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Event postcard enclosed (partial transcription): Presented by the Pilipino American Coalition of California State University, Long Beach. The Carpenter Performing Arts Center, CSULB. Preshow: Abalos Pros. www.BWVideoProductions.com. For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, Filipino Americans--Music, Filipinos--Music, Music--Philippines,...
Source: DVD: 1 Disc of 1
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by Merrill-Mirsky, Carol
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This video was created in 1989 as part of an exhibition of the same name at the Hollywood Bowl Museum. Five local (Los Angeles) families are represented in this video -- recorded on site at the Hollywood Bowl Museum -- and in the exhibition through photographs, musical instruments, and stories.
Topics: Hollywood Bowl Museum, Vietnamese Americans, Native Americans, Mexican Americans, Armenian...
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by Ellis, Don
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Note : Audio distortion throughout both parts. Series Title : [United States, jazz, 1934-1978] / Don Ellis Description : The Don Ellis Octet "live" at Donte's on Lankershim in North Hollywood, California, February 9, 1975 Funk Country -- Do it Easy -- Augers Well for the Future -- Samba Do Samba Dont -- Su Quero um Xodo -- Do It Yourself -- Passacaglia and Catch Up Please -- Opening (of the birth canal) -- Do it Easy -- The Next Thing -- Augers Well for the Future Collection Guide :...
Topics: californiarevealed, Jazz, Nightclubs--California--Los Angeles, Ellis, Don
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
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Topics: californiarevealed, Filipino Americans--Music, Filipinos--Music, Music--Philippines,...
Source: .tif/.tiff: 1 File of 1 (1080 x 1080 px)
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by Cox, Bette Yarbrough
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See this link for the most complete and recent information on this record: https://californiarevealed.org/islandora/object/cavpp%3A228826 . This recording is part of the Bette Yardbrough Cox collection. Bette Yarbrough Cox was a music educator in Los Angeles for more than 30 years, the founder of the BEEM (Black Experience as Expressed through Music) Foundation for the Advancement of Music, a Commissioner of Cultural Affairs for the City of Los Angeles, and a longtime friend of former Mayor Tom...
Topics: californiarevealed, African Americans--Music, African Americans--California--Los Angeles--Music,...
Source: VHS: 1 Tape of 1
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by Ellis, Don
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Note : Long periods of silence between some songs. Series Title : [United States, jazz, 1934-1978] / Don Ellis Description : Don Ellis Quartet rehearsal, March 1965:Tape 1-Rehearsal D.E. Quartet, Heckman, Phillips, Friedman; Tape 3- String quartet, percussion and metronome Collection Guide : Don Ellis Collection Call Number : Collection 2000.02 AMR 347 - Collection 2000.02 AMR 349 Rights : Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Ellis Music Enterprises. Copyright Holder has given Institution...
Topics: californiarevealed, Jazz, Ellis, Don
Source: 1/4 inch audio tape: 3 Tapes of 3
Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje oral history interview conducted by William Matczynski, 2017-11-16 Emeritus Professor Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje discusses her graduate education in the 1970s at the Institute of Ethnomusicology at UCLA, including background on her undergraduate years at Fisk University, descriptions of UCLA graduate students and professors, graduate seminars and program requirements, Kwasi Badu and the West African ensemble at UCLA, and dissertation fieldwork in Ghana and Nigeria....
Topics: DjeDje, Jacqueline Cogdell, University of California, Los Angeles. Ethnomusicology Archive.,...
These interviews were the final project for the Ethnomusicology 20C (Musical Cultures of the World: Asia) course, taught by Professor Katherine In-Young Lee in Fall 2020 at UCLA. Students worked in groups to research and conduct an oral history with one of seven musicians who also served as a guest lecturer for the course. Each of the narrators are highly esteemed musicians with long professional careers in music performance. They also serve as important liaisons between their home countries...
Topics: Music--Asia, Music--Pacific Area, Asian American musicians, Ethnomusicologists, Musicians,...
Performance ensembles and guest lectures, UCLA Ethnomusicology, 1997. Music and Dance of Bali -- Music and Dance of Japan -- Music of Korea -- Music and Dance of the Near East -- Music and Dance of Ghana -- Afro-Cuban Ensemble -- African American Music Ensemble -- "Strings and Soul" with Kenny Burrell, Shujaat Khan, Jihad Racy -- Music of the Balkans -- Francis Bebey -- Herbie Hancock. For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, Ethnomusicology--Study and teaching (Higher)--California--Los Angeles,...
Source: 1/2 inch videotape: 1 Tape of 1
Bette Cox home movie, includes footage of family dogs and Bette dancing with a family friend, "Jimmy." For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, African Americans--California--Los Angeles, Home movies, Family life, Cox,...
Source: Super 8mm film: 1 Reel of 1
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by Ellis, Don; Don Ellis Band; Falzone, Sam; Herbig, Gary; Rathel, Gil; Stapleton, Bill; Muldrow, Sidney; Berg, Curt; Welter, Ed; Mays, Bill; Williams, John; Krasinski, Ron; Kime, Donna; Bryant, Carmen; Knight, Ken; Harkness, Gordon
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The Don Ellis Band performs at Chapman College, Orange, California, May 1974. The Don Ellis Band: Don Ellis, trumpet, drums; Sam Falzone, alto saxophone; Gary Herbig, baritone saxophone; Gil Rathel, trumpet; Bill Stapleton, trumpet; Sidney Muldrow, French horn; Curt Berg, trombone; Ed Welter, tuba; Bill Mays, piano; John Williams, bass; Ron Krasinski, drums; vocalists: Donna Kime, soprano; Carmen Bryant, alto; Ken Knight, tenor; Gordon Harkness, bass. Notes on tapes: Tape 1: D.E. Band, D.E....
Topics: californiarevealed, Jazz, Ellis, Don
Source: U-matic: 3 Tapes of 3
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Source: .tif/.tiff: 1 File of 1 (4032 x 3024 px)
University of California, Los Angeles, Ethnomusicology Archive
by Shankar, Ravi, 1920-2012
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An after-hours session with Ravi Shankar and Alla Rakha at UCLA.
Topics: Music--India, Shankar, Ravi, 1920-2012, Alla Rakha, University of California, Los Angeles....
Maurice "Deedie" McGehee, Los Angeles-based gospel choir director and music educator, discusses Religious Music and Black America. Item 2009.01_omf020 - Item 2009.01_omf021 are Super 8 (8mm) silent films of this interview For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, African Americans--California--Los Angeles--Music, Gospel...
Source: Audio cassette: 3 Tapes of 3
Note : High audio level as recorded. Series Title : Gospel Archiving in Los Angeles (GALA) Description : Night Concert Heritage Music Foundation National Gospel Music Conference and Exposition October 20-23, 2004. HMF at Greater New Bethel Baptist Church, 601 E. 99th Street, Los Angeles, California; 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Devotional/Praise & Worship led by Reverend Earl Pleasant "I Just Wanna Praise, "How Excellent," "Give Glory to God Saints" -- Prayer by Pastor...
Topics: californiarevealed, African Americans--California--Los Angeles--Music, Gospel...
Source: MiniDV: 3 Tapes of 3
University of California, Los Angeles, Ethnomusicology Archive
by Ube Arte
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Source: .tif/.tiff: 1 File of 1 (1067 x 1600 px)
Note : Low audio level as recorded. Description : Channel 13 (KCOP), "In Studio," December 26, 1987. Amy Catlin and Haing S. Ngor (1940-1996) appear. Haing S. Ngor won Best Supporting Actor for his performance in "The Killing Fields" at the 57th Annual Academy Awards in 1985. Source : 1 Tape of 1: 1/2 inch videotape Call Number : Item 2015.02_OMVT-032 Rights : Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Amy Catlin-Jairazbhoy. Copyright Holder has given Institution permission to provide...
Topics: californiarevealed, Cambodian Americans--California--Music, Cambodians--California--Music,...
Source: 1/2 inch videotape: 1 Tape of 1
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Source: .tif/.tiff: 1 File of 1 (280 x 280 px)
Series Title: Nazir Ali Jairazbhoy Colloquium Series A conversation with Grammy-nominated Ostinato Records founder and producer Vik Sohonie. Hosted by third-year Ethnomusicology Ph.D. student Dexter Story . In 2019, following several years of negotiations, Ostinato Records became the first foreign entity and record label to be granted access to the well-managed archives of the Radiodiffusion-Television de Djibouti . The national radio archives are a vault of secrets and stories from East...
Topics: Nazir Ali Jairazbhoy Colloquium Series, Radiodiffusion Télévision de Djibouti, Audio-visual...
University of California, Los Angeles, Ethnomusicology Archive
by Cox, Bette Yarbrough
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See this link for the most complete and recent information on this record: https://californiarevealed.org/islandora/object/cavpp%3A228775 .
Topics: californiarevealed, African Americans--Music, African Americans--California--Los Angeles--Music,...
Source: VHS: 1 Tape of 1
Paper presentation delivered via Zoom as part of the 2021 Society for Ethnomusicology Southern California and Hawai'i Chapter (SEMSCHC) Conference. "Music Fiddling in an Indigenous Q'anjob'al Maya Harvest Ceremony, Religious Customs, and Memory" by Juan Francisco Cristobal abstract: During the annual autumnal equinox, Q’anjob’al (Kanjobal) Maya chief praysayers in Santa Eulalia, Guatemala, processes in a circuit around the mountain slopes, near-sacred Maya crosses to offer...
Topics: SEMSCHC Conference 2021 Series, Cristobal, Juan Francisco, Mayas—Guatemala—Music., Kanjobal...
University of California, Los Angeles, Ethnomusicology Archive
by Yuan, Xiaorong
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Title:             Chinese Ensemble at UCLA after 1997 Names:          Li Chi (Interviewee); Xiaorong Yuan (Interviewer) Location:       Room 1822, UCLA School of Music. Date:            2017-11-07 Time Logs File 1 00:00:50 She is talking about how she found out about the job at UCLA. She was referenced by Mr. Lui. Before she came to UCLA, the Chinese ensemble was led by graduate students for 7 years. 00:02:30 She talks about the condition of the Chinese instruments when...
Topics: University of California, Los Angeles. Ethnomusicology Archive., Ethnomusicology--Study and...
Paper presentation delivered via Zoom as part of the 2021 Society for Ethnomusicology Southern California and Hawai'i Chapter (SEMSCHC) Conference. "'Dancing Girls' in Colonial Peshawar: Evidence from Early 20th-Century Postcards" by Sarah Robinson abstract: Located twenty miles from the Khyber Pass, Peshawar has been an important centre of exchange between Afghanistan and the Indian subcontinent for centuries, enabling the passage of a variety of figures ranging from traders,...
Topics: SEMSCHC Conference 2021 Series, Robinson, Sarah, Music—Pakistan., Women dancers, Postcards,...
University of California, Los Angeles, Ethnomusicology Archive
by Cox, Bette Yarbrough
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See this link for the most complete and recent information on this record: https://californiarevealed.org/islandora/object/cavpp%3A228885 . This recording is part of the Bette Yardbrough Cox collection. Bette Yarbrough Cox was a music educator in Los Angeles for more than 30 years, the founder of the BEEM (Black Experience as Expressed through Music) Foundation for the Advancement of Music, a Commissioner of Cultural Affairs for the City of Los Angeles, and a longtime friend of former Mayor Tom...
Topics: californiarevealed, African Americans--Music, African Americans--California--Los Angeles--Music,...
Source: VHS: 1 Tape of 1
Date: 19uu Source: 1 Tape of 1: 1/4 inch audio tape Call Number:  Collection 1999.01 OMR 012 Digitized by the  California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP) .
Topics: californiarevealed, Jews--Music, Sephardim--Music, Songs, Ladino, Sene, Emily, Documentaries and...
Source: 1/4 inch audio tape: 1 Tape of 1
University of California, Los Angeles, Ethnomusicology Archive
by Aman Folk Ensemble
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Description:  Los Angeles-based Aman Folk Ensemble's first work in modern dance/folk fusion, collaborating with composer-choreographer Laura Dean. The 24-month project was funded by Phillip Morris, the Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund and the National Endowment for the Arts. The finished work, "Light," was a special commission made to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Los Angeles-based Aman Folk Ensemble. In addition to choreography, Dean is credited with costume design and...
Topics: californiarevealed, Folk dance music--California, Folk dancing--California, Aman Folk Ensemble,...
Source: VHS: 1 Tape of 1
University of California, Los Angeles, Ethnomusicology Archive
by University of California, Los Angeles
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D.K. Wilgus and Wayland D. Hand established Folklore studies at UCLA, and together founded the Folklore and Mythology Program in 1965. Wilgus came to UCLA in 1963, where he was professor of English and Music until his death in 1989. Wilgus held numerous offices in national and state folklore societies: Editor of Western Folklore for the California Folklore Society; President of the California Folklore Society; Vice-President and President of the American Folklore Society. Throughout the 1960s...
Topics: californiarevealed, Folk music festivals, Folk festivals, Banjo music, Folk...
Source: 1/4 inch audio tape: 2 Tapes of 2
University of California, Los Angeles, Ethnomusicology Archive
by Ube Arte
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Note : Description provided by scholar/collector For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, Music--California, Filipinos--Music, Filipino Americans--Music,...
Source: : 1 File of 1